If you have to mimic someone's recipe for success in the smartphone space, Samsung wouldn't be the worst choice in the world. The company has grown from a virtual non-factor in the space to one of its most profitable and highly visible players in only a few years. Clearly, it's doing something right. And if the tech rumor mill has it right, Nokia is getting set to copy Samsung's winning ways with the upcoming updates to its flagship Lumia line of smartphones next month. And although this certainly makes plenty of sense, it's by no means a guarantee of success, either. In this video, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner breaks down the rumors on the latest Lumias and whether investors should consider this stock for their portfolios.
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